Since the day after a Minnesota police officer knelt on George Floyd’s neck for more than eight minutes, protests against police brutality — largely peaceful, but sometimes chaotic — have become a constant all over the country. Below are some of the latest photos from the streets of American cities.
BREAKING: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer toughens a requirement to wear masks during the coronavirus pandemic, mandates that businesses open to the public deny service or entry to customers who refuse to wear one.
Pres Trump says hell be looking at a pardon for former campaign advisor Roger Stone, scheduled to begin prison term next Tuesday. In response to a question on departing WH, Pres said Stone was unfairly treated.
Way down in the polls, Trump continues to try to undermine the integrity of the election
Mail-In Ballot fraud found in many elections. People are just now seeing how bad, dishonest and slow it is. Election results could be delayed for months. No more big election night answers? 1% not even counted in 2016. Ridiculous! Just a formula for RIGGING an Election….
This means that we’re unlikely to see Trump’s taxes before the election
🚨In the congressional subpoena cases, by a 7–2 vote, the Supreme Court rules that Congress DOES have the power to subpoena Trump’s financial records—but sends the cases down for the lower courts to more carefully assess “separation of powers concerns.” https://t.co/FLpcA1m0Vz
Pete Williams making an important point right now on @MSNBC: the ruling today re: Vance doesn’t mean the *public will see Trump’s tax returns. This decision relates to the returns being sent to a grand jury (which is private).
Gorsuch helps deliver a big win to Native Americans
First #SCOTUS opinion: Much of Oklahoma remains Indian country and “only the federal government, not the state, may prosecute Indians for major crimes committed in Indian country.” 5-4, with Gorsuch joining the liberals.https://t.co/jP0G5iYF4q
Robert Redfield: CDC won’t be revising school guidelines but will provide “additional information.” “Our guidelines are our guidelines, but we are going to provide additional reference documents to aid basically communities that are trying to open K-through-12s,” Redfield on ABC